This week, we delve into the homes that say no to conventional minimalism and instead, replace with depths of character and a distinctive flair for design.
TV presenter and creative up-cycling genius behind Muck N Brass, Zoe Pocock, says, “The art behind eclecticism is that it welcomes indecisiveness with open arms.
…I regularly change my mind when it comes to my home decor which can be expensive. Instead, I make sure all my walls are plain in colour and incorporate elaborate decor through bright and bold colours and pattern the walls with pictures, art and wall hangings.”
If you’ve toyed with the idea of implementing eclecticism into your home but scared of the commitment, Zoe recommends to “use pattern and colour on small home accessories like a room screen, wall hanging or piece of art.
…This way you can ease yourself into a bright eclectic decor scheme and change it without much effort if you’re not happy.”
So, without further adieu let’s take a look at our favourite homes this week!